"The Assassins CD comprises of hundreds of games for the CD32, CDTV & Amiga range of computers. The games are accessed via a user friendly menu system with all games on the menu compatible with the CD32. Workbench, Parnet and Sernet are also provided to allow access to the full contents on this truely amazing Compact Disc. To ensure that nothing has been missed we have also provided Assassins Games Disks 1 to 200 archived on the CD and the Assassins Utility disks as well. These are... Topics: Amiga CD-ROM, Amiga CD32, Amiga CDTV
The Software Vault Shareware Collection: Emerald. From American Databankers, 5220 East 69th Place, Tulsa OK. 74136. Directories include Software Hits, Business Programs, Wordprocessing, Publishing and Fonts, Windows Applications, Windows Games & etc, Spreadsheets, Database Programs, Home and Family, Text Editors/Viewers, Text and Reference, Lists and Info, Health & Food Recipes, Games and Humor, Graphics and Paint, GIF & Other Pictures, Math and Science, Communications, Religious...
Contents: Three Shareware versions of DOOM, runnable from the CD directly DOOM Audio Editors DOOM Map Editors DOOM Graphics Editors DOOM Front Ends/Shells DOOM FAQ Over 500 Levels/Maps DOOM Insanity (Jokes about DOOM) favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: video games, DOOM, first-person shooter
Welcome to the gates of Shareware Hell !!! You are a hardened demon-thumper, you know all the secrets, you know all the sweet spots, you reign supreme in deathmatch. You bear your hard won scars as a badge of honor... you grow restless on your throne. You pop the DoomWare Developers Network CD into your CD-ROM drive... it inhales the disk with a possessed determination. You feel panic. After cruising the disk with the lame CDGofer program that CyTech CodeHouse inflicted on you, the dwarfing... Topics: video games, DOOM, first-person shooter
Amiga version, No audio tracks, CUE/BIN image format. A collection of 200 font families in DMF, IntelliFont, Amiga Bitmap, Adobe, and TrueType format. http://fish.back2roots.org/ Topics: fonts, Amiga software, Fred Fish